Jelani Cobb: What I Know Now
An expert on how race, politics, history, and popular culture intersect in America, Jelani Cobb happily shares in his books, New Yorker articles, and by teaching and serving as an administrator at the University of Connecticut, Spelman College, Rutgers, and Columbia. In his own words, Cobb shares his story about the twists and turns of his lifelong love of learning.
Life Under the Gun
Newark alum Joseph B. Richardson Jr. is the founder and director of a research lab focused on the gun crisis in Black communities and he has something to say about the epidemic of gun violence.
From a War-Torn Childhood to an Extraordinary Life
Only nine years old when he escaped Nazi Germany, Richard Levy emigrated to England and then America, eventually earning a Rutgers degree. Here and in his newly published memoir, he explores his many challenges and successes and offers hope for the future.